Seed to Blossom eCourse
With hands on heart, set an intention for your Flower’s Essence.
In great detail, write in your journal about bringing all the parts together and meaning as a whole. Envision this union of coming together through the medium or art form that resonates with you to express your Seed to Blossom journey.
Using the individual elements you created in Phase 4, bring all the parts together into one flower – leaf, bud, petals. Now is when any changes are made, if a part does not feel congruent to the rest, change it. Allow the flower to sing to you. Ask the flower from your heart space.
Incorporate your flower into your garden inhabiting its location, type, root system, growth, along with your flower’s companion plants and creatures it attracts from Phases 1-3. What if each part of your flower, location, companion plants, and creatures are facets of Divine expression coming together for your Flower Essence? What would that look like, mean and feel like for you?
Meaning as a Whole
Your life experiences are nutrients and energy waiting to change form and be transmuted into nutrient rich compost for your flower essence to blossom. From Phase 1, Conception – Establishing Existence through to Phase 4, Unique & Extraordinary, what is the key message and gift the flower is sharing with you? Review your Journal Inquiries to find the key message and gift there as well. The key message and gift is your Flower’s Essence, an expression of your True Essence.
As I come together with the whole……
As I radiate out to the universe……..
As I AM………
Alice in Wonderland, All in the Golden Afternoon
Alice in Wonderland Finds a Garden of Live Flowers
Through the Looking Glass, Chapter Two
I am the immeasurable potential of all that was, is, and will be,
and my desires are like seeds left in the ground:
they wait for the right season
and then spontaneously manifest into beautiful flowers and mighty trees, into enchanted gardens and majestic forests.
Nameste, Deepak Chopra
Flower essences, remedies or drops as they are sometimes called, might also be considered “metaphysical herbs,” because they work on a beyond-the-physical level of our being. Think for a moment about the power and beauty of flowers-their ability to cheer, to inspire, to comfort. Births, birthdays, illnesses, weddings, funerals-all are significant life experiences traditionally accompanied by bouquets of flowers. “Look at the flowers with critical insight,” suggested Yogananda. “How could the flower evolve unless there were intelligence there?”
The Essential Flower Essence Handbook, The Consciousness of Flowers